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For over thirty years, ArtScape, the largest free arts festival in the U.S., has taken place over a three-day period in mid July, centered in downtown Baltimore between Penn Station and the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. Most vendors and performance stages are located on either Charles St. or Mt.

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When Jack arrived and met his roommate his freshman year, things were going great.

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The haunted houses began with cardboard boxes.

It’s been a little over a year since the Ice Bucket challenge took the nation by storm. But, at the University and beyond, researchers are still feeling the tingle.

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I have met the devil. He has a bushy tail. Let me explain.

On a dry February morning freshman year, my friends and I met by the Cube to travel to Pennsylvania or Indiana or somewhere like Indiana and Pennsylvania. Iowa?

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There is no drink called a “chai tea latte.” I’m sorry, but it just doesn’t exist in the same way that Hallmark Holidays don’t exist.

Alex Arthurs and senior education major Sara Campaigner send off a lantern on Lake Michigan to celebrate their engagement.

Ah, summer. For many, the chance to throw on a bathing suit and jump into Michigan’s lakes. For others, the opportunity to travel the world and dip into our ever-dwindling bank accounts.

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Josh Levine’s death, examined at the simplest level, was the doing of a pill.

On a typical summer day, I’m presented with a lot of choices. Too many, it seems. I can keep watching “Hannibal”, which I’ve already decided is amazing and the most visually unique thing I’ve seen on TV, but which I can’t seem to keep watching. I could start a new show — maybe “Orphan Black”?

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Are you Hispanic/Latino? Select yes or no.